Hybrid Seminar: Lunch will be provided for on-campus participants. Please register if you plan to attend, both for in-person and via Zoom.
Log in on your computer, or join us in person: Encina Commons, Room 119 615 Crothers Way Stanford, CA 94305
Natalia Serna is a Ph.D candidate in Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her main research interests are in the intersection of industrial organization and health economics. In her latest paper, she studies the impact of risk selection on the breadth of hospital networks. Her future research agenda will further study cost-sharing, consumer inertia, and market power in health insurance, as well as government regulation of health service prices and medications.